Change in ideology again:)

Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Well I tried to do the Day 17 Diet and overall I was successful, but I realized that while I was happy with the results I was getting, I didn't like the way my body felt. I felt tired every morning and getting through a 30 minute cardio session was a struggle. That's NOT what it should be like, and it's not what I'm used to it being like. I used to be able to be on the treadmill for an hour and I would be tired but I didn't feel spent after 15 minutes. emoticon

So the new change I have decided to make is an easy one. I'm going to continue some of what the 17 had me do, such as eating lots of veggies, keeping to lean cut meats and limiting my carbs. I know, I know, it's what I should have been doing in the first place, but the idea of a "quick fix" sounded so appealing. I just have 10 pounds that I really want to lose, but I guess that I'll have to take it slow and stay on track.

Sorry I didn't have a happier outcome to give you with The 17 Day Diet, but thanks for cheering me on and stopping in. emoticon
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  • MAKI34
    Where did you get this diet from? I totally understand you, it's like that quick fix really sucks you in. There's tons of 7 day diets or 14 day diets, so on! Then we end up coming right back to what we know we should've been doing! Oh well!
    3436 days ago
    Thanks for the info on the 17 day diet. I guess if we just lay off the cookies, cakes and candies, we should be better!!
    3436 days ago
    Positive attitude! At least you can say you tried and it was not for you. If you learned from the experience, you are a step ahead and in the right direction-hugs!
    3436 days ago
  • DAISY443
    I think your results were excellent! You know what your body needs and you are doing it! Great results! Hugs!
    3436 days ago
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